He’ll talk with members of New York Polyphony, appearing in concert tonight at Thunder Mountain High School;
We’ll look at the websites and email ways to recycle on Pat’s Sustainability Segment;
Marsha Bennet will be here with details about NAMI’s Family-to-Family Education Program;
And we’ll highlight Thunder Mountain High School’s production of Arsenic & Old Lace.
That, Writers Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, today at 3, on KTOO-FM
- A federal agency wants to create a committee to bridge the gap between federal housing programs and Native communities.
- If the Two Spirit Pride reception affirmed safety and acceptance, Orlando violently asserted an opposite claim: that being gay in America is still dangerous.
- More money earned could mean less money overall when public assistance programs get cut off.
- A Skagway business owner and her employee are scheduled to go to trial for allegedly misrepresenting Alaska Native-produced goods. In the spring, both pleaded not guilty to the federal misdemeanor charges against them.